In a clinical world-first, a proton beam has been used to treat a patient with a ventricular tachycardia, which causes unsynchronised electrical impulses that prevent the heart fro...
Researchers at Diamond Light Source and other synchrotron facilities are using intense X-rays to decipher the biochemical and structural makeup of the SARS-CoV-2 virus for the dev...
Activities are gathering pace at two sites in Europe where the Einstein Telescope, a proposed next-generation gravitational-wave observatory, may be built.
The proposal, led by physicists and engineers from LHCb, is one of several being developed to meet growing demand for ventilators.
Advanced niobium-tin accelerator magnets for the LHC upgrade developed at US labs and CERN are also carving a path towards future energy-frontier colliders.
Physicists have taken a step towards demonstrating the technical feasibility of a muon collider.
Linac applications discussed at High Gradient 2019 ranged from CLIC to XFELs and medical accelerators.
If approved, the new machine will reuse infrastructure from the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider.
Michele Livan and Richard Wigmans have written an up-to-date introduction to both the fundamental physics and the technical parameters.
Accelerator physicists in the US have proposed an alternative approach to the design of the proposed Future Circular electron-positron Collider using energy-recovery linacs.
FPGAs can now be programmed in C++ and Java, bringing machine learning and complex algorithms within the scope of trigger-level analysis.
A better understanding of the role of magnetic flux trapping and impurities for RF losses has pushed state-of-the-art niobium to near its theoretical limit.
Beam-cooling results from the Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment were shown at COOL'19.